Katy is a former psychology student and her work reflects this, exploring ideas relating to inner and outer mental space. At the same time her animation work is often both abstract and quirky.
The installation shows aspects of Katy's work from 2004 onwards including films, animation, music, sounds, photography, drawing and painting. The Spacex promotional video gives a taste of what can be seen:
At the opening on Saturday (9th March), from 4pm onwards, she will be in conversation with artist and curator Andrew Bick. The exhibition is on until the 4th of May.
The exhibition was only partially in place when the above was written. For a detailed review that describes Katy's show at Spacex and its influences see Jez Winship's blog Sparks in Electrical Jelly.
Robyn Hitchcock at Exeter Phoenix. I'll post more pics and video shortly.